BCTAC‘s vision is to be a voice that reaches across communities. Members are committed to making a difference not only in their own lives, but also in the lives of other individuals who use AAC. Members play a central role in designing, operating, and monitoring the program and are dedicated to continuously building and expanding self-advocacy skills, self-awareness, and self-determination.
BCTAC’s goal is for individuals who use AAC to have a place to meet friends, share stories and experiences, learn from each other and form a support network of people and resources as they:
BCTAC‘s core values are: Community; Equality; Independence; Determination; Perseverance; Integrity; Cooperation; Collaboration; Participation; Communication; Impact; Influence; Awareness; Balance; Expression; Support; Pursuit of dreams/goals; Decision making.
BCTAC is comprised of members, Co-Presidents, the Leadership Committee and the Coordinator of Activities and Events. The Leadership Committee and the Coordinator of BCTAC identify goals and objectives for each activity. Activity goals and objectives align with the mission and vision of the group. Because BCTAC is a community, members of the group function as a team and work in a collaborative model. Everyone has a unique contribution, role and voice within this team. For complete information about membership, check out the Cooperative section.
If you would like to be added to the BCTAC mailing list and receive notification of upcoming events, email firstname.lastname@example.org.